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How Big Are You? Big and Bigger Preschool and Kindergarten Activity

Children think about what it means to be big, bigger, and biggest in this language and fine motor skills activity--a perfect fit after reading Kevin Sherry's hilarious book I'm the Biggest Thing in the Ocean.

Layered Circle Flowers - Circle Sequencing by Size Preschool Activity

Children sequence circles by size and thread them onto pipe cleaners to make beautiful layered circlular flowers. 

Grade, Age Range or Specialized Learner: Multi-age, Preschool/Pre-K, 3-5 year old
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Parts of a Flower Science Exploration for Preschool and Kindergarten

Children explore the parts of a flower by examining an unpotted plant in this science exploration and sensory activity. 

Parts of a Flower Science Exploration

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My Flower Diary and Greenhouse Activity

Children grow their own flowers in plastic cup greenhouses and keep a diary of the process and the growth of their seedlings. Once the seedlings fill the insides of the plastic cup greenhouses, they can be planted in a window box for the classroom or potted for children to take home. 

My Flower Diary and Greenhouse

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Flowers are Living Things Science Activity

Children explore what it means to be a living thing versus a nonliving thing in this introduction to flowers and what they need to survive.

A Flower Is a Living Thing

F Is for Flower - Flower Fine Motor Skills Activity

Children build fine motor skills by sticking flowers into play dough shaped into the letter F.

What you need:

Silk flowers
Craft foam in different colors 
Golf tees 
Green play dough or Styrofoam block 
Small basket
Black Sharpie
Tray

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CVC Word Easter Egg Activity

Plastic Easter eggs are a great tool for providing practice with reading, forming, and sorting CVC words. Here we provide a few ideas to get you started!

CVC Word Easter Egg Preschool and Kindergarten Activity

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Foul Egg Game: Matching and Math Skills

Enjoy these fun and educational egg games with your children during Easter. Be careful not to pick the foul egg!

Foul Egg Pattern Matching Preschool and Kindergarten Easter Game

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Parts of a Flower Science, Fine Motor, and Craft

Children will learn the parts of a flower and hone their fine motor skills while making this beautiful suncatcher craft with common flowers from the garden. Your children (and everyone else) will love seeing their suncatchers hanging in the window, on the wall, or from the ceiling. NOTE: This would also make a great Mother's Day gift.

One Duck Stuck: Story Recall with Manipulatives

Recalling events from a story is an important skill for children to learn.  It helps them build the cognitive skills they need to sequence events, tell their own stories, and later become great writers.  There are several ways you can have children recall events: question and answer games, writing/drawing, acting out stories, and using manipulatives.

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